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Monitor Archive for November 25, 1981
'Gala' evenings in music: what makes a good one?
Surprising life of wild elephants
Thorough biography of F. Scott Fitzgerald corrects many of the myths
Chinese grumble at slow pace of post-Mao reforms
Croissants -- the key to a truly French breakfast
A smorgasbord of Christmas cookies
Pork chops baked in orange juice
Gratitude catches up
Foreign social workers help solve America's problems
In Short (2)
In Short (1)
In Short (3)
Ensuring the land's increase
Peace and the Arab summit
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Citizen lobby urges Allen inquiry
Violence erupts in Poland as people queue for food
Thatcher airs plans to curb union power
Belgian Liberal leader agrees to form Cabinet
Afghan rebels increase attacks in the capital
Australia joins the list of possible Sinai troops
Anti-Vietnamese coalition for Cambodia wins favor
Chinese twist away with Rubik's Cube
Space shuttle's hop to Florida is delayed
Trouble ahead for Greece in seeking new EC terms
North Sea rig disaster headed off
No blues for business economists
Calling aid by its right name
A Reagan friend's radical defense plan
No way to build a pipeline
December Sky Chart
Do pesticides poison our soil?
Women to watch in the marathon
Saab owners say they've good reason to stay loyal
Quebec's economic problems put damper on secessionist moves
How to make a grate fire really great
Fresh candor on logy economy from top US adviser
When two companies merge, what happens to the stockholders?
Economists agree US must boost productivity: the question is, how?
... as critics worry about new FTC head and marketplace regulation
Budget cuts weaken federal watchdogs' ability to protect consumers...
UN forces in Lebanon dig in against an array of 'foes'
'Keep talking, Aunt Elsa!'; Saving big money on long-haul calls
Key questions about long distance services
Schmidt explains Reagan to Brezhnev
Americans get some welcome news from inflation battlefront
Budget showdown - rescheduled
Flame begins to flicker out in once-hot wood stove industry
Percy says '82 would be 'dangerous' without Reagan-Brezhnev talks
Growing US solar industry sees bright future in international trade
Ulster loyalists increase pressure on Britain to take action against IRA
Free-market plan roils Australia
How Oslo's double agent left the KGB out in the cold
Reagan Asia policy makes gains, but some ASEAN concerns stick
Saudi peace plan brings Arab world to crossroads at Fez summit
Spain's Army moves into new NATO era - despite Franco nostalgia
'Battle of Startbahn West' shocks West Germans
Thanksgiving: the food may change, but the spirit remains the same
Forecast for the single 'rainbelt'; The water glutton may go thirsty
Paradoxical Pakistan; CAMELS AND COLOR TV, NUCLEAR POWER AND 'NATIONALIZED CORRUPTION'
The Chicago Symphony; Peeking behind the curtain at a world class orchestra
Australia doesn't fall for a boat full of 'Vietnamese refugees'
Where the economy is heading
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